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said it hacked 12 million apple device ids from the fbi computer. those numbers are used when you download from itunes. a federal law enforcement official tells nbc news there's no evidence the fbi requested that data from apple. and they say a list posted by anti-s.e.c. allegedly hacked numbers may be employed to steal data from those who read it. >>> they are buzzing that apple may unveil a new iphone next wednesday. yesterday the company released this cryptic invite to a news conference that reads, quote, it's almost here and includes a 12 for september 12th. take a close r closing look. the shadow from the 12 is actually a 5, leading many to speculate apple's announcement to be an iphone 5. industry experts suspect the new device will have a faster processor and a bigger screen. >>> just days away from the start and already one teammate says robert griffin iii is as good as some of the best quarterbacks in the league. wide receiver josh morgan tells website on tap that rg3 is as fast as michael vick, makes throws like peyton manning and reads defenses like tom brady. that's no
face life in prison. >>> police officers are now working with an fbi agent to help solve the murder of a 17-year-old high school student shot and killed in her own bedroom. last night police held a public meeting about the murder of amber stanley. they say her murder was not a random attack. last month masked gunmen kicked down the door of stanley's home. he went to her bedroom and opened fire, killing the student. amber's mother tells news 4 some people hated her daughter's success. >> no one deserves to die. definitely no one deserves to be murdered, shot the way my daughter was shot. you know, for no apparent reason, you know. i don't know if someone is envious or jealous, got the wrong person, i don't know anything, you know. i would hope that no one would intend to shoot my daughter. >> police passed out flyers reminding people of the reward up to $25,000 for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case. >>> american express is going after gary giordano. it's suing the montgomery county man who was suspected in the death of his travel companion, robin gardner. t
the film that sparked the attacks has officials worried the violence may spread to the u.s. the fbi and homeland security released a bulletin warning first responders of the potential for large protests in american cities. it makes no mention of specific threats but points out, as the film gains more attention, it could prompt more violence both here and abroad. the bulletin also asked faith-based communities to be on the lookout for suspicious activity. >>> republican presidential nominee mitt romney keeping his criticism over how president obama has handled the attacks. he spoke to supporters in van dyke park our military commitment and keep america the strongest military in the world. >> romney will be in the swing state of ohio today and plans to turn his message back to the economy. >>> paul ryan will be in virginia today. the republican vp nominee will visit rockingham fairgrounds in harrisonburg this afternoon. it's been a busy political week for the commonwealth. yesterday mitt romney was in fairfax for a rally, and first lady michelle obama appeared at two events in richmo
her small sedan into an aviation bus. it hurled the bus 50 yards through the air. >>> the f.b.i. is investigating vandalism at a mosque in harrisonburg, virginia. it was spray painted with graffiti which includes a reference to iraqis and the phrase "this is america." vulgar graffiti also discovered at a high school and a christian school. local police say it is not clear, however, if that vandalism was directed at muslims or not. >>> from new york to california, members of the occupy movement celebrated the movement's first anniversary. crowds were smaller than they were a year ago as activists continue to protest corporate greed. >> but as cbs' randall pinkston reports, the group says it's still fighting for the 99%. >> reporter: supporters of occupy wall street returned to new york's financial district monday to mark the movement's first anniversary. >> we are here. >> reporter: hundreds of activists raised their voices and carried signs hoping to drum up the kind of support they had a year ago. several protesters clashed with police. more than 150 people were arrested as mar
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